# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
# manor house 11 rooms for sale on ROUEN (76000)
  • MAGNIFICENT 17th C. MANOR HOUSE 15 KM FROM ROUEN ( UPPER NORMANDY)

  • ROUEN (76000)
  • 1,040,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4237

Ref.4237 : MAGNIFICENT 17th C. MANOR HOUSE 15 KM FROM ROUEN ( UPPER NORMANDY)
This property is located in Seine Maritime, in a pleasant, nuisance-free part of a market town with small shops, mini-markets and health services. Rouen is 15 km to the south. The beaches of Dieppe and Veules les Roses are 45 km away. Paris is 150 km away.

This is a very fine ensemble comprising :
an elegant and imposing 17th century manor house with decorative limestone and flint foundations, while the east-west facing facades are built of brick and flint with attractive decorative features;
a vast 19th century flint and brick outbuilding.

The manor house is set in the centre of its grounds, which include a large orchard, lawns and grasslands as well as a medieval-style garden with a rose garden and topiaries in front of the east facade.

The manor house, which was completely restored in the early 2000s, has retained all its character, with old terracotta floor tiles and cabochon tiling, parquet flooring in the bedrooms and bathrooms, wood panelling, exposed stone and half-timbering inside, an imposing fireplace typical of the region and made of brick and stone, not forgetting the magnificent oak staircase dating from the Louis XIII period and adorned with a large handrail.
These charming features make no concessions to the comfort of its guests: insulation in the attic, double-glazed oak windows, comfortable bathrooms, gas heating (underground tank), plumbing and electrical installations (2000). The combination of comfort and elegance of a quality residence is appreciated from every angle.

The manor house, with approx. 325sqm of living space, comprises:
Ground floor: beautiful staircase entrance, with to the right: large linen room/boiler room with access to a small cellar, toilet, and a large 25sqm study (with a fireplace equipped with a 14 kW wood-burning stove), this room could be used for other purposes (lounge, reception room, shop, etc.); To the left of the entrance: a very pleasant 32sqm living room with high windows to the east and west and 4 m high ceilings. On either side of the majestic fireplace, a beautiful, fully fitted kitchen (27sqm) with its brick walls revealing traces of an old bread oven.

Halfway upstairs: a delightful, vast lounge (64sqm) with fireplace, original terracotta floor tiles and hollowed-out half-timbering.

1st floor: landing, corridor, 4 bedrooms (15sqm, 24sqm, 18sqm and 19sqm), 2 bathroom-wc (14 sqm and 12sqm). Ceiling heights of between 3.15 m and 3.30 m.

Mid-floor: a small children's bedroom (7sqm).

Above: attractive attic for conversion (8.60 m high under the ridge), insulated under the floor.

The outbuildings comprise :
- An old farm building in one piece, with a floor surface area of approx. 630sqm (with attics above). Built of brick and covered in slate, it has a number of horse loose boxes. The doors are in perfect condition. The roof is in good condition.
- A former slate-roofed carriage house.
- Garage and kennels.

The property is fully enclosed (fences, hedges and buildings) and offers 2.5 hectares of open space.
This pretty manor house is set in the centre of its grounds and offers a romantic and typically Norman view thanks to the many fruit trees planted around it. Beautiful pasture areas are available to accommodate a few horses. In front of the house, a medieval-inspired garden harmoniously blends charming topiary and boxwood with arches adorned with rose bushes.

Cabinet LE NAIL – Upper Normandy : Mrs Perrine COLLAS : +33(0)2.43.98.20.20
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

  • Property type : manor house
  • Surface : 325 m²
  • Surface : 2.5 ha
  • Number of rooms : 11
  • Number of bedrooms : 5
  • DPE : D
  • GHG : D
  • MAGNIFICENT 17th C. MANOR HOUSE 15 KM FROM ROUEN ( UPPER NORMANDY)

  • ROUEN (76000)
  • 1,040,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4237
  • Property type : manor house
  • Surface : 325 m²
  • Surface : 2.5 ha
  • Number of rooms : 11
  • Number of bedrooms : 5
  • DPE : D
  • GHG : D

Ref.4237 : MAGNIFICENT 17th C. MANOR HOUSE 15 KM FROM ROUEN ( UPPER NORMANDY)
This property is located in Seine Maritime, in a pleasant, nuisance-free part of a market town with small shops, mini-markets and health services. Rouen is 15 km to the south. The beaches of Dieppe and Veules les Roses are 45 km away. Paris is 150 km away.

This is a very fine ensemble comprising :
an elegant and imposing 17th century manor house with decorative limestone and flint foundations, while the east-west facing facades are built of brick and flint with attractive decorative features;
a vast 19th century flint and brick outbuilding.

The manor house is set in the centre of its grounds, which include a large orchard, lawns and grasslands as well as a medieval-style garden with a rose garden and topiaries in front of the east facade.

The manor house, which was completely restored in the early 2000s, has retained all its character, with old terracotta floor tiles and cabochon tiling, parquet flooring in the bedrooms and bathrooms, wood panelling, exposed stone and half-timbering inside, an imposing fireplace typical of the region and made of brick and stone, not forgetting the magnificent oak staircase dating from the Louis XIII period and adorned with a large handrail.
These charming features make no concessions to the comfort of its guests: insulation in the attic, double-glazed oak windows, comfortable bathrooms, gas heating (underground tank), plumbing and electrical installations (2000). The combination of comfort and elegance of a quality residence is appreciated from every angle.

The manor house, with approx. 325sqm of living space, comprises:
Ground floor: beautiful staircase entrance, with to the right: large linen room/boiler room with access to a small cellar, toilet, and a large 25sqm study (with a fireplace equipped with a 14 kW wood-burning stove), this room could be used for other purposes (lounge, reception room, shop, etc.); To the left of the entrance: a very pleasant 32sqm living room with high windows to the east and west and 4 m high ceilings. On either side of the majestic fireplace, a beautiful, fully fitted kitchen (27sqm) with its brick walls revealing traces of an old bread oven.

Halfway upstairs: a delightful, vast lounge (64sqm) with fireplace, original terracotta floor tiles and hollowed-out half-timbering.

1st floor: landing, corridor, 4 bedrooms (15sqm, 24sqm, 18sqm and 19sqm), 2 bathroom-wc (14 sqm and 12sqm). Ceiling heights of between 3.15 m and 3.30 m.

Mid-floor: a small children's bedroom (7sqm).

Above: attractive attic for conversion (8.60 m high under the ridge), insulated under the floor.

The outbuildings comprise :
- An old farm building in one piece, with a floor surface area of approx. 630sqm (with attics above). Built of brick and covered in slate, it has a number of horse loose boxes. The doors are in perfect condition. The roof is in good condition.
- A former slate-roofed carriage house.
- Garage and kennels.

The property is fully enclosed (fences, hedges and buildings) and offers 2.5 hectares of open space.
This pretty manor house is set in the centre of its grounds and offers a romantic and typically Norman view thanks to the many fruit trees planted around it. Beautiful pasture areas are available to accommodate a few horses. In front of the house, a medieval-inspired garden harmoniously blends charming topiary and boxwood with arches adorned with rose bushes.

Cabinet LE NAIL – Upper Normandy : Mrs Perrine COLLAS : +33(0)2.43.98.20.20
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

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    • Mrs Perrine COLLAS

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